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Endoscopy Revealed Bleeding Petachiae
Endoscopy done today. Findings were...LA Grade B reflux esophagitis (biopsied)...Gastritis (biopsied) and normal examined duodenum. Meaning? TY
Inflammation: Inflammation of the esophagus can be a precursor for cancer. Inflammation of the esophagus and stomach can mimic or hide cancer. It was smart to get endoscopy. Your doctor did a good job biopsying the worrisome areas. If the biopsies come back benign, then you will be treated and observed. Well done. Your working diagnosis is inflammation which is treated with medicines. ...Read more
May 2012 egd showed gastritis, colonscopy showed diverticulosis, .Colicky diffused abdominal pain since dec 2012, could this be small bowel cancer?
Not likely : Small bowel cancer is rare as my other colleague has mentioned. Chronic constipation is related to development of diverticulosis. Your symptoms may be related to chronic constipation and also you are at risk to have diverticulitis- which is inflammation of the diverticulosis ( pouching of the colonic wall). Those 2 could give diffuse colicly pain. You need to go to see your md for further eval. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had bright rectal bleeding for 1 month, colonscopy showed bulge near cecum. CT scan showed minor nodes around colon. Infection? Bleeding gone feel wel
Glad it's gone : Most likely sources of bleeding from the rectum are hemorrhoids, diverticulosis, and something called arteriosus-venous malformations (AVM's). If the bleeding has stopped, great. If it returns, ask your gastroenterologist about these problems, and which one they think it is. Hope this helps! ...Read more
May 2012, endoscopy showed mild gastritis, hyperplasia. July 2012, contrast, fasting CT showed mild thickening of stomach. Possible cancer?
Had an endoscopy done with findings : moderately severe esophagitis, erythema, 4mm sessile polyp chronic gastritis, neg h pylori, naus, up GI pain, ??
Ct/egd/c-scope reports neg for ibd but mention "several loops of unopacified bowel", antral erosions & prominent lymph aggregates. Alt diagnosis for wt loss, GI bleeds, fevers, severe ab pain, fatigue?
My colonoscopy biopsy shows colonic mucosa with reactive lymphoid aggregates. I was having bleeding & mucous. Uc or crohn's? Or normal?
Nonspecific finding: Lymphoid aggregates are commonly found in the colon and small bowel. They are a normal finding. Excessive lymphoid aggregates could be related to infections or ibd but they are relatively a nonspecific finding, especially if the other features of ibd are not present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
27/f, sigmoidoscopy results- internal hemorrhoids + mild erythma & petechiae in sigmoid colon & distal rectum. Took biopsies. What does this mean?
3 years ago an Endoscopy results showed that I have a Hiatal Hernia, Gastric Mucosal Erythema, Diverticulosis, a few Gastric Polyps should I be worrie?
Endoscopy revealed diffuse moderate inflammation characterized by erosions & erythema in gastric body & antrum. Biopsies taken. Dr. Is looking for?
What could cause mild gastritis not to heal w/ use of ppis? No hiv, normal CT scan, colonoscopy, blood& stool tests. Upper endoscopy(gerd/gastritis)
Can "mild colitis' found on colonscopy biopsy cause small nodes or fat deposits in abdominal ct scan? MRCP & EUS normal. I'm worried, Blood normal.
Maybe lymph nodes: colitis doesn't cause fat. I can cause lymph nodes to enlarge. LN enlargement is not abnormal if there is adjacent inflammation. With all other things being OK, I would not worry. If you are, ask your doctor to do follow up scans. Try to avoid CT due to the added radiation. ...Read more
What is wrong?Rectal bleed began 8mos ago. Colonoscopy - 50mm tubulovillous polyp s/p 6wks. New ab.Pain, more r.Bleeding. Ct - ov.Cyst, p.Duod hernia.
Repeat colonoscopy: You have a villus polyp removed for lower GI bleed. It has been 6 weeks and still bleeding. Talk to your GI doctor. This could be a hemorrhoid but it could be another lesion or polyp. It can also be an arterial-venous malformation. Best to have a doctor evaluate. They will also look for anemia. Hope this helps. ...Read more
16 month had upper endoscopy today bc poor growth & chronic diarrhea. MD noted nodularity in duodenum and waiting for biopsy results. Celiac? Crohns?
Excessive vomiting and diherrea. Had ugi, CT scan, abdominal ultrasound, egd and colonoscopy done. No signs of ulcer or anything of concern?
Could be several thi: Sounds like you had an extensive workup done.Any biopsies taken on egd or colonoscopy? If you didnt have any gallstones on us then you may benefit from hida scan to look for biliary dyskinesia.Have you had stool studies done to look for any etiology?You can also have increase bile salt load in the intestines which can cause diarrhea.It responds very well to bile salts lowering drugs. ...Read more
Endoscopy Gastric Mucosa Biopsy result Gastritis mild, inactive
Complete intestinal metaplasia without dysplasia No H.pylori repeat test in 6 mth why?
To ensue eradication: of H pylori. Repeat testing is needed to check on the effectiveness of the treatment. The findings you described can be attributed to H pylori. It would be important to ensue that the infection has been cleared out. ...Read more
Prominent Spleen was found during a Colonoscopy exam, CT scan (2 weeks later) showed the Spleen was normal - is any further investigation required?
HAD ENDOSCOPY DONE RESULT ESOPHAGEAL MOBILITY DISTURBANCE(BIOPSY) ERYTHEMA IN THE ATRUM COMPATIBLE WITH GASTRITIS (BIOPSY) EVIDENCE OF FUNDOPLICATION?
Irritation: Results like this are fairly common and not specifically indicative of any particular disease. Often the Gastroenterologist will try an acid blocker to relieve symptoms. One of the main reasons they do the biopsies is to rule out cancer, and nothing you noted above sounds like any kind of cancer. Discuss the findings, and their relation to your symptoms, with the GI Dr. who performed the endo ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Endoscopy revealed foveolar hyperplasia, mild chronic idiopathic gastritis. Have had abdominal pain for last five weeks, could this be stomach cancer?
possible, not likely: Stomach pain can be part of the onset of stomach cancer, but is not that likely (maybe 25%). Other factors to consider are your risks of developing a stomach cancer, such as smoking history or drinking alcohol. Family history contributes too. If you are still concerned after the tests you have already mentioned, ask your doctors about both a ct scan and upper GI study. ...Read more
Can I have Crohn's with const & no diareaha. Colonoscopy normal, CT showed slight thickening of small intes probably congenital, biopsy normal. Tyvm?
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